Wild food adventures

celebrating local foods & the people behind them

Food for thought.

What we eat and where our food comes matters to our health and our environment.  These intrinsic connections and the bounty of San Miguel’s local food scene led us to create Wild Food Adventures.
Come with us to explore our local foods.  Find out more about how they are grown and crafted.  Meet the dedicated, creative people who grow our food; make our cheeses and olives oils, craft our wine and beers and so much more, without using pesticides or other harmful practices.
Bite by bite, sip by sip we’ll learn and taste together.

Details

COST:  Includes tour, meal, beverages, gratuity

Members and 1 companion: 900 pesos per person

Non-Members: 1000 pesos per person

TO SIGN UP:  Send your name and the names of the people in your party to audubondemexico@gmail.com

We will send you a confirmation and payment information.

TRANSPORTATION:

Upon payment we will send you a map to the farm.

Carpooling: Meet up at 4 pm behind Bancomer at La Luciernaga mall. Please let us know if you will be joining the carpool,  either as a driver or passenger.

WHAT TO WEAR: Dress comfortably, we will be touring the farm and eating outdoors

QUESTIONS?  contact us at audubondemexico@gmail.com

Finca Luna Serena – Olive Fest!

 Thursday, June 13    4:30 pm – 8 pm    Limited to 30 guests

What do you do to prepare for retirement after living in the fast lane as executives at a Madison Avenue advertising firm?  Buy a farm in San Miguel de Allende, of course.  And what do you do after your 4th day of living on the farm and find that you are already bored to tears and thinking that it was all a big mistake?   Turn your lemons into lemonade, of course.  Although, in this case it was olive oil.

This is the condensed version of the journey traveled by Victor Guttierez and Susan Chamberlin that led them to become producers of a line of local, fine quality olive oils, including five artisanal seven infused with organic herbs and fruit grown at the their farm.  Along the way, they planted an orchard of 1800 Manzanilla olive trees and Susan became a Certified Olive Oil Sommelier.

They also have developed several other products, including brine cured olives and tapenades, and flavored vinegars and jams from organic fruit grown on their farm that they sell at their country store at the farm and retail store in Centro.

Let’s meet Victor and Susan, tour their farm, hear more of their story and learn more about the art of olive oil making.  We’ll then gather to enjoy a Mediterranean feast, featuring olives as the star of the show.   Wine, beer and alcohol-free beverages are included too.

the MENU:

Appetizers:  Muffaletta, Leek Green Olive Sultana- Pissaladiere, Green Olive Pinwheels

Salad: Feta, Oregano, Olive Salad

Soup:  Green Olive

Main Dish Buffet
Pasta Putanesca, Cocoa Cured Leg of Lamb with Olive Pear Relish, Moroccan Chicken Tagine with Preserved Lemons and Olives, Cod Fish with Tomatoes, Olives and Capers

Desserts & Coffee
Olive Oil ice cream, Arbequina Brownies

Open Bar:  Beer, Wine, Soft Drinks, Lemonade and Juices

Contact Us

Phone

+(52) 415 119 4671

Address

Calzada de la Aurora #30
San Miguel de Allende
GTO, 37700 México

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